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Vertebrata PalAsiatica, Vol. 48, 2010
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Issue 4

Minchen Chow’s academic marathon from the Bighorn Basin to the Nanxiong Basin.
Miao De-sui, Li Chuan-kui, Wang Yuan-qing. Pages 281-284

Were immigrants a significant part of the earliest Paleocene mammalian fauna of the North American Western Interior?
William A. CLEMENS. Pages 285-307

Mammalian faunal succession through the Paleocene−eocene thermal maximum (petm) in western North America
Philip D. GINGERICH. Pages 308-327

The Diatomyidae (Mammalia, Rodentia) and bilophodonty in middle Eocene Asian rodents.
Mary R. Dawson, LI Chuan-kui, QI Tao. Pages 328-335

Pseudotribosphenic: the history of a concept.
Thomas H. Rich, Patricia Vickers-Rich. Pages 336-347

Oligocene stratigraphy based on a sediment-basalt association in central Mongolia (Taatsiin Gol and Taatsiin Tsagaan Nuur area, Valley of Lakes): review of a Mongolian-Austrian project.
Gudrun Daxner-Höck, Demchig Badamgarav, Margarita Erbajeva. Pages 348-366

Paleogene avifauna of the Holarctic.
Larry D. Martin. Pages 367-374

Paleocene Hapalodectes (Mammalia: Mesonychia) from Subeng, Nei Mongol: further evidence of “East of Eden” dispersal at the Paleocene−Eocene boundary.
K. Christopher BEARD, WANG Yuan-Qing, MENG Jin, NI Xi-Jun, Daniel L. GEBO, LI Chuan-Kui. Pages 375-389

New rodents from the earliest Eocene of Nei Mongol, China.
MENG Jin, LI Chuan-kui. Pages 390-401


Dentition and tooth replacement of Boreogomphodon
LIU Jun, Hans-Dieter SUES. Pages 169-184.
 (Cynodontia: Traversodontidae) from the Upper Triassic of North Carolina, USA.

A new sauropod from the Lower Jurassic of Huili, Sichuan, China.
LI Kui, YANG Chun-Yan, LIU Jian, WANG Zheng-Xin. Page 185-202

A parataxonomic revision of the Cretaceous faveoloolithid eggs of China.
ZHANG Shu-Kang. Pages 203-219

Atlantoxerus from the Middle Miocene of Northern Junggar Basin and their environmental significance.
WEI Yong-Peng. Pages220-234

Geometric morphometrics analysis of cranial shape among Late Miocene hyaenid ecomorphologies in the Linxia Basin, Gansu, China.
Zhijie Jack TSENG,HE Wen, CHEN Shan-qin. Pages 235-246

Note on the cricetids from the Pliocene Gaotege locality, Nei Mongol.
LI Qiang. Pages 247-261

Revision of chinese Pleistocene Lepus (Leporidae, Lagomorpha).
ZHANG Zhao-Qun. Pages 262-274

A partial skeleton of Macaca (Mammalia, Primates) from the Early Pleistocene Queque Cave site, Chongzuo, Guangxi, South China.
ZHANG Ying-Qi, JIN Chang-Zhu, TAKAI Masanaru. Pages 275-280

Issue 2

Discovery of †Cyclurus (Amiinae, Amiidae, Amiiformes, Pisces) from China.
Chang Mee-mann, Wang Ning, Wu Fei-xiang. Pages 85~100

A new antarctaspid arthrodire (placoderm fish) from the Lower Devonian of Guangxi, China.
ZHU Min, WANG Jun-qing, WANG Shi-tao.Pages 101~110

Newly discovered Schlosseria magister (Lophialetidae, Perissodactyla, Mammalia) skullsfrom central nei mongol, china.
Li Ping, Wang Yuan-Qing. Pages 119~132

Erlianomys combinatus, a primitive myodont rodent from the Eocene Arshanto Formation, Nuhetingboerhe, Nei Mongol, China.
LI Qian, MENG Jin. Pages 133~144

Two pleistocene new species of Lepus (leporidae, lagomorpha) from china.
ZHANG Zhao-Qun. Pages 145~160 

Recovering the missing data of defective fossil specimens using linear regression method.
WANG Shi-Qi, DENG Tao. Pages 161~168

Issue 1

A new skeleton of Miodentosaurus brevis (Diapsida: Thalattosauria) with a further study of the taxon
ZHAO Li-Jun, SATO Tamaki, LIU Jun, LI Chun, WU Xiao-Chun. Pages 1~10

A new oviraptorid dinosaur (Theropoda: Oviraptorosauria) from the Upper Cretaceous of China
XU Xing, HAN Feng-Lu. Pages 11~18

A probable baryonychine (Theropoda: Spinosauridae) tooth from the Upper Cretaceous of Henan Province, China
David W. E. HONE, XU Xing, WANG De-You. Pages 19~26

Cricetid rodents from the Early Miocene Xiacaowan Formation, Sihong, Jiangsu
QIU Zhu-Ding. Pages 27~47

Pararhizomys (Rodentia, Mammalia) from the Late Miocene of Baogeda Ula, Central Nei Mongol
LI Qiang. Pages 48~62

A new species of Lepus (Lagomorpha, Mammalia) from the Middle Pleistocene of the Liujiang Basin in Qinhuangdao of Hebei Province, China
WANG Wei, ZHANG Yun-Xiang, LI Yong-Xiang, GONG Hu-Jun. Pages 63~70

A new oospecies of ovaloolithids from Turpan basin in Xinjiang, China
ZHANG Shu-Kang, WANG Qiang. Pages 71~75

Primitive rhinocerotid fossil from the Middle Eocene of Yuanqu basin, Shanxi
HUANG Xue-Shi. Pages 76~78

Ageitonomys neimongolensisgen. et sp. nov. (Ctenodactyloidea, Rodentia, Mammalia) from Early Oligocene of Nei Mongol, China
WANG Ban-Yue. Pages 79~83

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